RealClearScience Morning Edition

'Faster-than-Light' Neutrinos, the Jig Is Up! - Ethan Siegel, ScienceBlogs
Neutrino Speed Results May Be Due to Bad Cables - Adam Mann, Wired
'Marsquakes' May Be Rattling Red Planet - John Didymus, Digital Journal
Where Is the Japan Tsunami Debris Headed? - Jonathan Amos, BBC News
Superconductor Breaks High-Temperature Record - Zeeya Merali, Nature
A Visit to the Only U.S. Rare Earth Metal Mine - Kyle Wiens, The Atlantic
US Leads Effort to Cut Other Greenhouse Gases - Babbage, The Economist
Biochemist: All Biofuels Are 'Nonsense' - Ash Jogalekar, Field of Science
Why GMO Food Labeling Makes No Sense - Steve Savage, Biofortified
PETA's First Ever Pro-Science Position - Hank Campbell, Science 2.0
Newton Blog: Made in America: Fusion Power to Ignite this Year

RealClearScience Afternoon Edition

Do Other Animals Practice Democracy? - Tim Wall, Discovery News
Chikilidae: New Family of Legless, Underground Amphibian - CBS News
As Planet Warmed, Tiny Horse Got Even Tinier - James Gorman, NYT
Pregnant Monkeys Miscarry to Avoid Infanticide - Joseph Castro, Live Sci.
Mother-Daughter Talks Need More Math - Tom Jacobs, Miller-McCune
How Rainfall Calms Storms - Philip Ball, Nature News

RealClearScience The Latest Research

Charging Your Cell Phone by Touching It? - Wake Forest University
Japan Tsunami Debris: Radiation Least of Concerns - Oregon State Univ.
Even in Winter, Life Doesn't Hibernate in Arctic - Nat'l Science Found.
Circadian Clock Linked to Sudden Cardiac Death - Baylor University